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Revolutionizing Oral Surgery: The Role of Platelet Rich Fibrin

Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) is a revolutionary therapy that has gained popularity in the field of dentistry. PRF is a concentration of platelets in plasma, which is derived from the patient’s own blood. Platelets are essential for blood clotting, and they also contain various growth factors that stimulate tissue healing and regeneration. PRF has been […]

Low on Bone? Limited Hygiene Access? No Problem! Introducing the Implant Supported Overdenture

Patients missing most or all their upper or lower teeth have long since relied on traditional dentures to remain both functional and aesthetically normal.  Dentures, however, are not without limitations and drawbacks, including bone loss, instability, difficulty eating, and difficulty speaking. Thankfully, dental science has developed multiple techniques as alternatives to traditional dentures that allow […]

Dental Implants: A New Age Solution to an Age Old problem

When teeth are missing or decaying, it can lead to functional deficits and embarrassing interactions for patients, often wondering where to turn for help and normalcy.  For years, traditional dentures were a mainstay in the world of dentistry to replace missing teeth, though certainly not without their limitations.  When teeth are missing, and there is […]

Full Arch Dental Implants: The Future is Now

Since its inception, the field of dentistry has been ever evolving, particularly in the field of tooth extraction, replacement, and aesthetics.  In life, first impressions are everything, and, as we become more visual as a society and more engrossed in the world of social media and imagery than ever before, first impressions are also everywhere, […]

Dental Implants: Aftercare

Are you considering dental implants but are worried about the recovery time? Don’t worry, we’re here to give you the facts!   The recovery time following dental implant surgery tends to vary but is usually based on the amount of teeth being implanted, whether or not a bone graft was needed and how well the […]

When Should You Consider Dental Implants?

Dental implants typically consist of three components: the post, the abutment, and the restoration. The post is a screw which is inserted into the bone. The abutment is attached to the post and the restoration is placed on top, giving the finished product a beautiful, realistic look. Dental implants are an effective way to replace […]

3 Benefits of Dental Implants

Missing a tooth? Meet your new best friend—dental implants. Before choosing to opt for a dental implant, it’s important that you understand the in’s and out’s of these replacement teeth and how they will benefit your smile. When replacing a tooth or a gap with a dental implant, you are not only giving your smile […]

3 Benefits of Dental Implants

1. Dental Implants Act Like Natural Teeth! One of the most well-known benefits of dental implants is that they look and act just like your natural teeth. When properly placed, dental implants are nearly impossible to detect. Unlike dentures, which are removable and can cause discomfort to the wearer, dental implants are surgically placed into […]